One does not have to speak Spanish to understand the scope and importance of this excellent TV coverage of the activities of ARCWP priest Olga Lucia Alvarez Benjumea in Colombia, South America. 362 more words
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Pope Francis stated in a recent interview with Corriere della Sera that “I never understood the expression ‘non-negotiable values.’ Values are values, period….I don’t understand in what sense there can be negotiable values.” He also suggested that he was not opposed to civil unions: “Marriage is between a man and a woman. 284 more words
At the moment, my partner and I attend a church 25 miles away from our home.
Why do we travel so far? Because it is one of the few churches in the area we feel comfortable in, one of the few churches who welcome my partner and I as a gay couple, one of the few churches we can happily belong to with both legitimacy and integrity. 324 more words
An eye-opening look at what’s happening with the “Boys in Rome”. I can’t help wondering how different it might be with an added balance of feminine influence. 15 more words
This insightful blog is from our sister priest, Olga Lucia Alvarez Benjumea of Colombia,South America. She wrote it in March of 2010 and shares it with us now. 1,287 more words
It is now a decade and a half since the “big exodus” in Britain of clergymen from Anglicanism to the Catholic Church. Today, you will find former Anglicans in all sorts of places in the Church—one is an auxiliary bishop in Westminster, another a monsignor, several are university chaplains, one is the director of a major Catholic charity, and another is a leading journalist and writer. 2,582 more words